Teaching

Philosophy

I believe that teaching and learning should take place in a respectful and inclusive setting that facilitates exchange and discussion at eye level.

Goals and expectations should be clearly specified, communicated, and aligned with course contents.

Students should be encouraged to critically engage with theories, methods, and empirics.

Didactics Training

To improve my teaching and supervising capacities, I have undergone a number of didactics courses:

Foundations of Teaching and Learning

Introduction to Course Design

Rhetorical Skills in the Classroom

Motivating and Activating Students

Voice Training for Lecturers

Supervising and Supporting Student Academic Writing

Supervising Students: Dealing with Roles and Relationships

Courses

Spring 2022

Seminar “War and Peace”

M.A. level, Zeppelin University Friedrichshafen

Fall 2021

Lecture Series “The Role of Technology in National and International Security”

B.A. level / Science in Perspective, ETH Zurich

Seminar “The Politics of Cybersecurity”

M.A. level, ETH Zurich

Fall 2020

Lecture Series “The Role of Technology in National and International Security”

B.A. level / Science in Perspective, ETH Zurich

Seminar “The Politics of Cybersecurity”

M.A. level, ETH Zurich

Fall 2019

Lecture Series “The Role of Technology in National and International Security”

B.A. level / Science in Perspective, ETH Zurich

Seminar “The Politics of Cybersecurity”

M.A. level, ETH Zurich

Fall 2018

Lecture Series “The Role of Technology in National and International Security”

B.A. level / Science in Perspective, ETH Zurich

Seminar “Technology Governance and International Security”

M.A. level, ETH Zurich

Spring 2017

Seminar “Critical Security Studies”

M.A. level, ETH Zurich

Winter 2015/16

Seminar “The Politics of Risk”

B.A. & M.A. level, University of Tübingen

Winter 2014/15

Seminar “Securitizing the Border? Analyzing EU Migration Policy”

B.A. & M.A. level, University of Tübingen

Winter 2013/14

Seminar “Securitizing the Border? Analyzing EU Migration Policy”

B.A. & M.A. level, University of Tübingen

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